Foot Faults Podiatry

Foot Faults Podiatry
Foot Faults Podiatry
Hospitals & Medical Centers-GOODNA, QLD
Hospitals & Medical Centers-Goodna, QLD
At Foot Faults our dedicated, experienced team provide a professional and affordable podiatry service to people in the greater Brisbane area. There are five Foot Faults clinics in Brisbane ..
18 Queen St, Goodna, Qld, 4300.
18 Queen St, Goodna, Qld, 4300.
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At Foot Faults our dedicated, experienced team provide a professional and affordable podiatry service to people in the greater Brisbane area. There are five Foot Faults clinics in Brisbane and the surrounding suburbs, located in Mount Gravatt, Inala, Goodna, Rosewood and Windsor. In addition, we conduct a home visit service designed to meet the needs of our elderly and less mobile patients, as well as families with young children.
B2B – Foot Fault’s Team
Congratulations to the runners selected to compete in the Foot Faults Podiatry Bridge to Brisbane team! In previous years we have had some outstanding results and look forward to seeing how the team goes on the day!
10km Team:
Ashley Bacon, Giles Clayton, Dennis Fitzgerald, Corinne Kealey, Kyle Pelz, Eddie Salmon, Kylie Simpson, Rie Sugaya, Kate Van Homrigh & Sophie Walkom.
5km Team:
Josephine Auer, Liam Boudin, Hunter Davis, Lachlan Fox, Matt Simpson, Chris Thrupp, Edan Triffett, Xavier Watson, Elizabeth Wilkins & Aristo Zenonos.
Even Foot Faults very own Justin Hogg will be cleaning the cobwebs off his shoes to compete in the 5km – one to watch!

3D Printed Orthotics

Look no further. Foot Faults Podiatry uses the world’s most accurate 3D foot scanners and most sophisticated 3D printers to develop our custom made orthotics.
We were the first in Australia to use and develop this technology and are proud to be able to offer these orthotics to our patients worldwide.


A child spends around 30 hours a week in their school shoes, so it is essential that they are fitted correctly. We understand that the back-to-school period is a busy and sometimes stressful time so we have come up with some tips to make selecting your child’s school shoes a little easier.
Here are some important points to remember:
– There should be a child’s thumb width between the end of the shoe and the end of the longest toe.
– The widest part of the foot should correspond with the widest part of the shoe.
– The fastening mechanism should hold the heel firmly in the back of the shoe – check for slipping at the heel. If there is minor slipping ask the shoe salesperson about some lacing techniques to reduce this.
– The sole should not twist.
– The heel should fit snug but be comfortable and the back part of the shoe strong and stable.
– Make sure both feet are measured – most of us have one foot longer than the other!
– Shoes need to be stable with good cushioning, with internal and external support. If you can, see a professional shoe fitter as there are often varying styles for different foot types.
– After the age of three a child’s foot will grow about half a size every six months, this means that school shoes will generally last between nine months and a year.
– Although school shoes are another necessary expense, keep in mind that buying superior quality shoes might in fact save you money – they won’t wear as fast. Look for soles made from rubber and double-stitching around the toe area which will give the shoe a longer life.
– If your child complains of pain in their feet, heels, knees or legs, has uneven shoe wear or skin or toenail irritation a podiatrist will be able to make an assessment of their feet and provide treatment and recommendations.

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